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Top 10 Vitamin K Rich Foods

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Top 10 Vitamin K Rich Foods

Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin that plays a role in blood clotting. Vitamin K activates the protein that clots the blood. It is also needed for the synthesis of bone proteins.  A vitamin K deficiency can lead to heart disease, weakened bones, tooth decay and cancer. Much of the vitamin K in our diets comes from the intestinal bacteria we already have, because of this, your vitamin K levels can depend greatly on the health of your gut. There are two types of vitamin K we have in our diet, vitamin K1 and vitamin K2.  Vitamin K1 is found...

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7 Berries You Should Eat Every Day

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7 Berries You Should Eat Every Day

Berries have been shown to be some of the healthiest foods on the planet. It seems new research is constantly being published and berries are being recognized and analyzed for their health giving properties. Extremely high in antioxidants, berries are among my favorite foods. In no specific order, these are berries that are extremely high health benefits: 1. Goji Berries Sometimes called Chinese Wolfberry or Mede Berry, traditional societies link this potent berry to sexual vitality, happiness, longevity, and overall physical strength. Grown in Tibet and Nepal, goji berries have been scientifically linked to possessing the ability to fight negative health...

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7 Pine Bark Extract Benefits

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7 Pine Bark Extract Benefits

We all know the power of antioxidants to improve health and the high-antioxidants foods we should eat regularly. But did you know that pine bark extract, like pine oil, is one of nature’s super antioxidants? It’s true. What gives pine bark extract its notoriety as a powerful ingredient and super antioxidant is that it’s loaded with oligomeric proanthocyanidin compounds, OPCs for short. The same ingredient can be found in grapeseeds, the skin of peanuts and witch hazel bark. But what makes this miracle ingredient so amazing? While OPCs found in this extract are mostly known for their antioxidant-producing benefits, these amazing compounds exude...

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5 Reasons to Eat Toasted Pumpkin Seeds

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5 Reasons to Eat Toasted Pumpkin Seeds

Don't throw those pumpkin seeds out. Toast them and eat the healthy benefits!     5 Health Benefits of Toasted Pumpkin Seeds 1. They're full of magnesium. Just half a cup of toasted pumpkin seeds has 92 percent of your daily value of magnesium, which most people have trouble getting enough of. Magnesium helps to relax nerves and muscles, strengthen bones and help with circulation. 2. They fill you up. With protein and fiber, toasted pumpkin seeds are a snack that truly satisfies. 3. You can top them with healthy spices. There are so many ways to toast pumpkin seeds. Whether it's...

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4 Ways Rhodiola Could Change Your Life

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4 Ways Rhodiola Could Change Your Life

Rhodiola Rosea, also called Arctic or Golden Root, is generally placed in a class of plants and fungi affectionately named 'adaptogens'. These are the great healers; the gifts to mankind that the plant community and earth have provided which are incredibly essential to surviving well during times of stress and pressure. These plants tend to grow in the most inhospitable areas of the earth: high deserts, cold mountains, dry and barren land. And in order to survive there, they develop particular compounds in their physical form which convey a resistance to the environmental stressors. And it just so happens that,...

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